ALMOST THE END OF THE LINE Hard to imagine October is done. Finito. My favorite month. The only thing about it I don’t like is that winter is right behind it. The cold is closing in quickly. I don’t have… Read More ›
Our mailbox got beat up. Was it whacked by a teenager and a baseball bat or hit by a plow? Since we didn’t see it happen, it’s a guess. What we know it that it got mashed. Not just ours,… Read More ›
RDP Thursday – TEMPERATURE “Oh, the temperature outside is shocking …” and it really is. Really really cold, though it’s supposed to go up into the 40s over the weekend. I hope so. Because nothing is melting. Photo Garry Armstrong
This morning, after a big snow, my back and front yards looked like a lacy, white wonderland. So, from north central Connecticut, another piece of the same huge snowstorm!
The Changing Seasons: February 2019 This has been a very strange winter. Instead of what we usually get — mountains of snow accompanied by very cold weather — we got a tiny bit of snow, a fair amount of sleet, and… Read More ›
It was bitterly cold and it snowed. Then, it sleeted. Eventually, it rained, but not so much around here. Mostly here, after the sleet blew through, that was pretty much it. The ice and snow lay on the ground and… Read More ›
I’m not afraid of winter. I’ve lived most of my life in areas with serious winters, the most serious of all here where we live. This year, we’ve had the least snow ever recorded for any winter. It isn’t that… Read More ›